Finished in iconic red over two-tone red and white leather, this
1953 Cadillac Eldorado convertible represents the pinnacle of
collectability. As the top-of-the-line offering when originally
sold, Cadillac produced just 532 of these specialty convertibles
for 1953. Being a post-war showcase of GM's design leadership and
American prosperity, this special-bodied convertible was the
production version of the 1952 El Dorado "Golden Anniversary"
concept car. Borrowing the bumper bullets from the 1951 GM Le Sabre
show car, the Eldorado also contains a multitude of luxury features
and introduced the wraparound windshield. Acquired by its current
owner from the Bob McDorman collection (owner of "the trio") this
Cadillac has been museum-kept since restoration, and meticulously
maintained to collector-quality standards.
331CID (5.4L) OHV Cadillac V8 engine
Hydra-Matic automatic transmission
Red non-metallic exterior paint
Red/white two-tone leather upholstery
White convertible soft top
Gorgeously preserved restoration
Production limited to only 532 units
Power steering and power brakes
Power windows and power seats
Chrome wire wheels/whitewalls
Stainless steel muffler installed
Carburetor rebuilt recently
1953 Cadillac Eldorado
Location:Costa Mesa, California
Exterior Color:Red Non-Metallic
Interior Color:Red/White Two Tone Leather
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